Okinawa Teriyaki Sauce
Born from the unique food culture of a subtropical island in Okinawa, this sweet and savory teriyaki sauce exhibits a deep umami and robust flavor with an appetizing aroma. Its producer, Shimakara, is an award-winning karaage fried chicken shop, and they fully understand how to incorporate their southern flavors, including locally-sourced bonito, togarashi pepper, and salt, into this beloved teriyaki sauce. The bonito is carefully crafted—aged for an extended period and smoked twice—before being blended with premium soy sauce. Okinawa Teriyaki Sauce-Original is such a versatile sauce that it can be used for seasoning and marinating ingredients as well as serving as a dipping sauce. It's intense, yet well-balanced, flavor complements not only Japanese but also various other cuisines.
Contains wheat, soy, fish.
About the Producer
Miyakojima in Okinawa Prefecture is a subtropical island that is overflowing with harvests from both the surf and turf. Originally started as a karaage fried chicken specialty store in the heart of Miyakojima, Shimakara has expanded their business and now produces seasonings and sauces featuring local harvests. They further develop new food items from locally-sourced ingredients, such as papaya, shikuwasa (an Okinawan specialty citrus fruit), and bonito, to promote unique flavors of the southern island. They also own cafes and food vendors selling their award-winning karaage fried chicken!